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EXPLORE

LEARN MORE ABOUT CAP DIAMANT

This hotel has found its home in one of the oldest houses on the street. It was in 1826 that Joseph-François Perreault had this imposing stone home, initially boasting 40 feet of frontage and 32 feet in depth, built. In its initial state, the house was roughcast and covered with a two-sided slopped roof, with dormers. The upper floor windows and the entrance porch are original house elements, dating back to its construction.

Between 1844 and 1873, the property belonged to the Desbarats family, who were printers in Quebec, Montreal and Ottawa. It was to finance the first illustrated daily newspaper in the world, the New York Daily Graphic, that Georges-Édouard Desbarats sold the family house to his father-in-law, Joseph-Noël Bossé, a judge and senator. In 1919, the house facade was covered with bricks. 

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EAT AND DRINK

This quaint boutique hotel sits in the heart of numerous renowned establishments where to eat, drink or host your most important get-togethers. You can also enjoy your private access to the gardens and reception rooms of the neighboring Garnison Club, a members-only gathering with more than 135 years of civilian and military history.  A true institution equally distinguished and personalised, the Garnison Club boasts a unique venue for networking, as well as for hosting events; both corporate and private.  Let our staff assist you in planning you next culinary experience or business event.

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GARNISON CLUB PRIVATE ACCESS

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French Bistro

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French Inspiration Restaurant

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Boreal Restaurant

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Cuisine of the moment

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A Timeless Classic

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Boreal Bistro

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Antipasto Bistro

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Chateau Frontenac Bistro

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Cuisine focused on seafood 

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DISCOVER THE CHARM OF QUEBEC CITY.

A city rich in history, culture, and beauty, Quebec City is an undeniable destination to explore. Founded in 1608 by French explorer and diplomat Samuel de Champlain, this magical place is one of the oldest European settlements in North America. From the cobblestone roads, the original fortification surrounding the old town, the incredible view of the St. Lawrence River, and many historical properties built centuries ago, this UNESCO World Heritage treasure is a wonderland destination.

This quaint French-speaking city is ideal for travelers wanting to experience a taste of Europe in North America with the mix of French, British, Indigenous, and North American influences felt all around.

 

From beautiful sites such as the Citadelle, the Plains of Abraham, and Place Royale, to innovative museums including the Museum of Civilization,  or the Musée National des Beaux-arts du Québec, there is something for everyone to do. Quebec City is also the place to visit if you’re a foodie looking to experience next-level gastronomy. From traditional French-Canadian cuisine to European‑style bistros and fine dining, there’s a restaurant with just the experience you’re looking for. So, pack your bags and come visit this warm and charming city like no other.

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